Even in the haze of all of the stuff going on, even as I’m feeling snippy and kinda cranky and worn down, I’ve been stopped in my ever-hastening tracks by truly lovely acts over the last couple of days.
So to the girl who shouted “Love your shoes!” while riding her bike by in the rain, thank you.
To the guy who saw me through the window with my hands full and went way out of his way to hold the door open for me, even though he was going the opposite direction, thank you.
To the girl who came up to me while I was attempting to wheel a cart consisting of heavy AV equipment, my laptop, and my dinner (frozen Tai Pei dinner I had microwaved…yep), all shielded with an umbrella, across a very long brick walkway and said, “I saw you were struggling. I know what that feels like. How can I help you?” thank you.
No really, thank you.
Even on the not so great days, the world can be a really wonderful place to be.